Sheesha (2005 film)
|Directed by||Ashu Trikha|
|Produced by||Guddu Dhanoa
|Written by||Sanjay Masoom(dialogue)
|Music by||Sen Brothers|
Sheesha [Translation: Mirror/Glass] is a Hindi psychological thriller movie produced by Guddu Dhanoa and Sunil Saini. It was directed by Ashu Trikha & stars Neha Dhupia, Sonu Sood, Elidh MacQueen, Nijju Mavani, Nares Ngamseera, Vivek Shaq and Robert Slater. The film's music was composed by Dillep Sen and Sameer Sen. It is based on the Tamil Movie Vaali, released in 1999, except that the hero and heroines characters are reversed here. In the Tamil version, the hero was played by Ajith Kumar in a dual role and the heroine was played by Simran. Sheesha was dubbed into Tamil as Adangathaval.
Businesswoman Sia Malhotra (Neha Dhupia) lives a wealthy lifestyle in Bangkok, along with her twin, Ria (Neha Dhupia), who is deaf and dumb due to a neurological disorder. She meets with Raj Oberoi (Sonu Sood), and both fall in love. Their endeavors to cure Ria are all in vain. Sia plans to travel to the United States to improve her business, and has no one to look after Ria. So she decides to get married to Raj so that he could move in with Ria and look after her. Raj agrees, and both obtain a marriage certificate and Sia departs for America. Sia does not know that after her return she will be a suspect in the brutal killing of a female Caucasian, Diana (Elidh MacQueen), and will not be permitted to leave Bangkok; and she will face further trauma and shock when she finds that her sister has been preying on her husband. After a confrontation between the two sisters, Ria beats Sia and leaves to Raj as Sia. She tricks him into travelling away from Sia. Soon, Raj comes to know the truth. Sia too arrives at that point. Raged with anger Ria tries to kill Sia, but Raj interrupts and Ria accidentally falls off the building. Raj tries to save her but Ria realises her folly and lets go of Raj's hands killing herself.
The song listing is as follows.
|Yaar ko Maine (Male)||Kunal Ganjawala|
|Assi Ishq Da Dard||Richa Sharma, Shehzad[disambiguation needed]|
|Main Ho Gaye||Alka Yagnik, Shehzad[disambiguation needed]|
|Yaar Ko Maine (Female)||Madhusree|
|Mujhe Jeena Sikha Do Naa||Shreya Ghosal, Kunal Ganjawala|
|Kar Mundiya||Sonu Kakkar|
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